Restaurant Sankt Annæ is located in one of Copenhagen’s oldest buildings and dates from 1837.
Until 1960 it housed the Hotel Skt. Annæ, which was known for its extremely liberal manner of renting its back rooms by the hour.
Today, Restaurant Sankt Annæ has taken over the building, ensuring Danish lunch traditions are maintained. In green-backed chairs and looking out at the delicate pastel-colored walls adorned with drawings of the famous French artist, Roubo the Younger, guests can enjoy the traditional food in historical surroundings that hint at bygone times.
Drop by Restaurant Sankt Annæ and experience the atmosphere.
See where the restaurant is located on the map here